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We won't disobey court order - EFCC chaiperson

20 January 2016, 06:55

Abuja - Alhaji Ibrahim Magu, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) chairperson, has re-emphasised that the commission will not disobey any court order in the course of its anti-corruption war.

Magu said this on Tuesday in Abuja at a meeting with journalists.

He said that media co-operation was critical to keeping Nigerians informed of happenings in the commission.

The EFCC boss added that media support was also needed to fight corruption in the country.

``The fight against corruption is not about me or EFCC; it’s about the entity called Nigeria and every one of us.’’

NAN recalls that Magu as was appointed as the commission`s boss on November 9 by President Muhammadu Buhari.

He was an Assistant Commissioner of Police before taking over from Ibrahim Lamorde.



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